Melissa McLay -- March 11, 1984 to September 22, 2002
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September 21 | Question to All
In the two years since she's been gone, what thing(s) do you miss most about Melissa? For me it would be the wild and crazy fun I'd have whenever I was around her.
Remembered by Damon | 3:10pm

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please note: the dates for all comments posted before january 8, 2004 are incorrect.
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From where I stand Melissa seemed to be the one that got along with and loved everyone in the family. She was such a talented asset to all of us. She actually wanted to and, did things with us all no matter how tough we all made it. She could hang with anyone from 0-60 years old and have a good time. I don't know how she did it so well with the quiet sort of shy presence she carried. I know I'm saying what everyone thinks but I miss her and wish I had spent more time with her.

Posted by Kiana
September 21, 2004 | 7:39 PM

I miss the closeness we had. I miss that we had so many personal in jokes that no one else ever got. I miss how we could communicate with our eyes. I miss how we could make the other crack up laughing with one simple ordinary word or look. I miss having that best friend relationship.

Posted by Valette
September 22, 2004 | 10:16 AM

This is a hard question to ansser. There are so many thing that I miss. I miss seeing the smile on her face when she walked in a room. I miss those few times that her and I got to spend together. I miss giving her a hard time, she acked like she hated it but at the same time I think she liked the atention. I wish that I would have been closer with her "and nicer." But what I miss the most is the chance to tell her that I love her.

Posted by Marty
September 22, 2004 | 10:17 PM

I miss "journal therapy". I miss that a whole lot!

Posted by Carrie
September 24, 2004 | 10:50 PM

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